Brown Books Presents 'Holiday Reading Roudup 2013'
Brown Books Publishing Group presents their "Holiday Reading Roundup 2013..."
Be inspired, motivated, and intrigued by such titles as:
"For the Love of Wild Places: Finding Adventure and Beauty in Nature," by gifted photographer and writer Greg Dimijian. Glorious photographs and vividly descriptive text... takes readers on a magical journey of exploration through some of the most fascinating and amazingly diverse habitats of our planet.
Renowned journalist and four-time Pulitzer Prize finalist, Hugh Aynesworth, recognized worldwide as one of the most respected authorities on the Kennedy assassination, recounts events that have passed into memory and controversy - and sets the record straight in his new book "November 22, 1963: Witness to History." Recently featured on Piers Morgan Live.
The 50th Anniversary Commemorative Edition of "November 22, A Novel" by veteran journalist, Bryan Woolley, accurately captures the essence of Dallas life politically, socially, and religiously in the hours leading up to the presidential assassination, resulting in a rich cross section of a city more complex and diverse than many observers have been willing to acknowledge.
"HEADSTRONG: Surviving a Traumatic Brain Injury without Losing My Mind" by Donna Valentino, is an uplifting true story that offers readers a feeling of hope, resiliency, and triumph of the human spirit and mind. "I survived a traumatic brain injury because my competitive, stubborn, and headstrong nature wouldn't hear of it any other way," says Donna. "If you live, laugh, love, and respect yourself, and respect others, all good things will come to you."
Author Venita Ellick, invites readers to question, and debate the traditional role of First Lady in her new book "The Reluctant First Lady." When the wife of a presidential candidate is adverse to giving up her position as the director of a prominent museum in New York when he wins the election, it stirs up worldwide controversy.